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Concrete Spurs

A concrete spur is used to support fence panels by bracing or repairing an existing fence.

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What are Concrete Spurs?

A concrete spur is used to support fence panels by bracing or repairing an existing fence. It is designed to repair timber fence posts that have rotted at the base.

Using concrete provides an economical alternative to replacing wooden fence posts that have rotted away at ground level.

Concrete Spurs are the quickest and most effective way to fix a wobbly wooden fence.

It’s solid concrete construction has been specifically designed to last longer, and withstand the harsher, weather conditions so is the perfect way to reinforce damaged fencing without having to replace the whole fence panel.

 

Where are Concrete Spurs Used?

These posts are concrete, with one curved end, and one flat end. All of our concrete fencing products are steel reinforced for extra strength.

Not only are concrete spurs an economical strengthening option, they are also easy to install, resistant to corrosion and rusting and resistant to moisture or rot.

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Concrete Spur Installation

When concreting repair spurs into the ground the posts should be buried a minimum depth of 2ft into the ground.

A demolition bar may be required if the pervious concrete mix is hard to break when digging. Once the hole has been dug, check the bottom of the hole is level so the spur sits flat.

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How deep should a Concrete Spur be?

Fixing Concrete Spurs

Dig out a hole 600mm deep against the rotted post. Place the concrete repair spur in the hole and mark up the bolt holes.

Remove the spur and drill the holes through the wooden post. Replace the concrete spur into the hole and bolt it to the wooden post.

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How do you fix Concrete Spurs?

Concrete Spur Accessories

We recommend 125mm screws for 3 inch spurs and 180mm screws for 4 inch.

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What bolts to use with Concrete Spurs?

Concrete Spur Sizes

Repair Spurs are available in two sizes: 1.2m x 100mm x 100mm or 1m x 75mm x 75mm.

The 100mm posts have three drilled holes for the screws/bolts and the 75mm posts have two holes.

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Cheap Concrete Spur Prices

Recognised as a major supplier of all types of DIY and Landscaping products, the Mick George Group offer cheap concrete spur prices across its entire range.

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Buy Concrete Spurs Online

As well as ordering over the phone, customers can also buy concrete spur online, 24-7 at their convenience.

The process is extremely simple and will only take a few minutes.

Customers can view exactly what they want, retrieve all the information they need and have the concrete spurs delivered quickly.

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Concrete Spur Suppliers

As with all of our Timber supplies, our concrete spurs are only sourced from approved Concrete Batching Plants throughout the world, ensuring the best possible quality.

Our concrete spurs meet the highest Grade specifications.

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Concrete Spurs Delivery Locations

Courtesy of our expansive network quality Timber sources and large fleet of vehicles, we’re able to deliver concrete spurs quickly and efficiently to domestic, trade and commercial customers throughout Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk, as well as on a nationwide basis.

Concrete spurs delivery will occur within a 14-day period from ordering.

 

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